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Childrens Camp
All kids who have finished the 3-6th grade, please join us for this years camp. Cost is $60.00 and sponsors are available.
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Childrens Camp
All kids who have finished the 3-6th grade, please join us for this years camp. Cost is $60.00 and sponsors are available.
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Childrens Camp
All kids who have finished the 3-6th grade, please join us for this years camp. Cost is $60.00 and sponsors are available.
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Childrens Camp
All kids who have finished the 3-6th grade, please join us for this years camp. Cost is $60.00 and sponsors are available.
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VBS
In the Wild is the theme of VBS for 2019! Classes are available for preschool through 6th grade. Come learn about Jesus!
Youth Falls Creek
Falls Creek is truly Holy Ground. Come learn about Jesus and what He wants for your life. Youth must register to attend.
Bible Search
F.A.I.T.H. Riders at Sturgis 2012

Sturgis, South Dakota. August 1-11, 2012.

Trinity F.A.I.T.H. Riders traveled to Sturgis, South Dakota to participate with Christian Riders from all over the country in sharing the gospel at the world’s largest motorcycle rally. This marked the fifth time Trinity had made the trip to minister in Sturgis.  Riders shared their three minute testimonies with attendees of the rally. If they listened to their three minute story they were given a chance for a free Harley Davidson motorcycle that was given away the final day of rally. Motorcycle was donated by the Dakota Baptist General Convention. They invited various Christian Motorcycle ministries to help them with the event. All attendees were charged a fee to work in the tent, this money helped defray expenses of the Motorcycle and other cost that go with a ministry of this size. 3577 people heard the three minute gospel presentations, 315 rally goers prayed to receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Bro. Jimmy May and Steve Messenger from Trinity F.A.I.T.H. Riders attended the rally. Pastor Richard Prather joined them from First Baptist Cement.